Summary: This laptop was advertised as having a three-year warranty. Upon arrival, I discovered it only had a one-year warranty with 158 days left before expiring on December 15, 2015. Upon contacting the seller, he did his best to restore it to three years with the manufacturer but was denied.
EXPENSIVE computer with cheap components and outsourced support
21 June 2015
Summary: great battery life is the one positive. when purchasing an "ULTRABOOK" "RENOWNED" for "DURABILITY" ($1633) you would not expect low quality components that fail prematurely. negative: motherboard failed within 6 months of light use.
Summary: Are these the correct pictures? I mean, the pictures and the description of the product are contradictory. As in description says that the keyboard is adaptive (the function keys are floating) but the images say otherwise.
Summary: Pros: Lightweight & Sleek Design Cons: Awkward Mousepad design Terrible Customer Service High chances of requiring repair four times within first six months of purchase, so I barely had time to use it effectively as it was in the depot most of the time
Bad Keyboard distribution and not good wireless adapter
31 December 2014
Summary: The laptop is very portable, with i7 is powerfull but keyboard is not ergonomic particulary the distribution of some keys traditionally on the right now are in the left, some models of X1 has multimedia issues with Realtek drivers, in general the Wireless adapter or maybe the antenna is not good to...
Summary: The laptop is amazing. Boot up times were fast, no slowdown with internet and word processing activities. I personally enjoyed the keyboard. It was weird to not have a caps look and the whole backspace/delete button. I got used to it. The adaptive row of keys was also getting used to.
Summary: This machine is attractive, light and runs Ubuntu like a champ, but falls so very short of what I've come to expect from a Thinkpad. For reference, my previously former and now again current (since my return of the X1 after only 5 days of heart-wrenching ownership) machine is the X220, which is like...